This week, UK wireless carrier Three has made available for purchase a new Android-based smartphone from Japanese handset vendor Sony Mobile, namely the Xperia J.
The handset comes with a price tag of £149.99 plus a top up on Pay As You Go plans, and is available for £13 a month with no upfront cost on the Essential Internet 50 plan.
“All in One 15 costs £15 and gives 30-day access to All-You-Can-Eat data along with 300 any-network minutes and 3,000 texts. Or All in One 25 costs £25 and offers All-You-Can-Eat data, 500 minutes and 3,000 texts and for a 30-day period,” Three UK explains.
“The Sony Xperia J is available for £13 a month with no upfront cost on the Essential Internet 50 plan. Both the Essential Internet and Ultimate Internet plans offer a fear-free mobile internet experience with a guarantee of no surprise out-of-bundle data charges.”
The mobile phone arrives on shelves with a large 4-inch touchscreen display on the front, with scratch-resistant glass on top, as well as with a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with LED flash and video recording capabilities.
Moreover, it sports 4GB of internal memory, but provides users with access to 50GB online storage with Box. It also packs Sony audio technologies for crisp sound quality, the wireless carrier notes.
Xperia J was launched as an affordable device that can deliver features and capabilities available in high-end devices of today.
Sony included various social networking features inside, such as smart illuminating light, which was meant to notify users of incoming Facebook and Twitter messages.
“The Sony Xperia J is ideal for style conscious social media fans and its 5 megapixel camera is perfect for Instagramming and sharing pictures on the go,” Sylvia Chind, head of devices at Three said.
“With the added benefit of straightforward plans with no surprise out of bundle data charges, you’ll be able to enjoy the best experience on Three.”
Today, the new Sony Xperia J is available for purchase through all Three UK retail locations in the country, as well as via the wireless carrier’s website.